too sensible of Lady Williams's kindneſs inproposing such a walk & too much pleasedwith the prospect of seeing at the end ofit, a Horsepond of Charles's, not to acceptit with visible delight. They had not proceeded far before she was roused fromthe a reflection of the happineſs she wasgoing to enjoy, by Lady Williams's thusaddreſsing her.

"I have as yet forborn my dear Alice""to continue the narrative of my Life""from an unwillingneſs of recalling to""your Memory a scene which (since""it reflects on you rather disgrace than"

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